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Blue Jasmine (2013)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $33,404,871Details
International Box Office $69,508,090Details
Worldwide Box Office $102,912,961
Home Market Performance
Est. Domestic DVD Sales $3,581,119 Details
Est. Domestic Blu-ray Sales $1,298,114 Details
Total Est. Domestic Video Sales $4,879,233
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After everything in her life falls to pieces, including her marriage to wealthy businessman Hal, elegant New York socialite Jasmine moves into her sister Ginger’s modest apartment in San Francisco to try to pull herself back together again. Jasmine arrives in San Francisco in a fragile mental state, her head reeling from the cocktail of anti - depressants she's on . While still able to project her aristocratic bearing, Jasmine is emotionally precarious and lacks any practical ability to support herself. She disapproves of Ginger’s boyfriend Chili, who she considers another “loser” like Ginger’s ex - husband Augie. Ginger, recognizing but not fully understanding her sister’s psychological instability, suggests that she pursue interior design, a career she correctly intuits that Jasmine won’t feel is beneath her. In the meantime, Jasmine begrudgingly accepts work as the receptionist in a dentist’s office, where she attracts the unwanted attentions of her boss, Dr. Flicker. Feeling that her sister might be right about her poor taste in men, Ginger starts seeing Al, a sound engineer whom she considers as a step up from Chili. Jasmine sees a potential lifeline when she meets Dwight, a diplomat who is quickly smitten with her beauty, sophistication and style. Jasmine’s flaw is that she derives her worth from the way she’s perceived by others, while she herself is blind to what is going around her. Jasmine earns our compassion because she is the unwitting instrument of her own downfall.


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Movie Details

Production Budget:$18,000,000
Domestic Releases: July 26th, 2013 (Limited) by Sony Pictures Classics
International Releases: August 7th, 2013 (Wide) (Belgium)
September 12th, 2013 (Wide) (Australia)
September 12th, 2013 (Wide) (Portugal)
September 13th, 2013 (Wide) (Lithuania)
September 27th, 2013 (Wide) (United Kingdom)
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Video Release: January 21st, 2014 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for mature thematic material, language and sexual content.
(Rating bulletin 2268, 4/17/2013)
Running Time: 98 minutes
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Keywords: White Collar Crime, Infidelity, Dysfunctional Family, Relationships Gone Wrong, Romance
Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Gravier Productions, Perdido, Sony Pictures Classics
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

Days In
Biggest Domestic 33rd Weekend 92 $30,095 Mar 7, 2014 227
Theater Average 3rd Weekend 80 $19,709 Aug 9, 2013 17
Theater Average 2nd Weekend 47 $37,174 Aug 2, 2013 10
Theater Average Opening Weekend 24 $102,011 Jul 26, 2013 3
Theater Average 32 $102,011 Jul 26, 2013 3
Top 2013 Theater Average 3 $102,011 Jul 26, 2013 3

Leading Cast


Supporting Cast

Alec Baldwin    Hal
Louis C.K.    Al
Bobby Cannavale    Chili
Andrew Dice Clay    Augie
Sally Hawkins    Ginger
Peter Sarsgaard    Dwight
Michael Stuhlbarg    Dr. Flicker

For a description of the different acting role types we use to categorize acting perfomances, see our Glossary.

Production and Technical Credits

Woody Allen    Screenwriter
Letty Aronson    Producer
Stephen Tenenbaum    Producer
Edward Walson    Producer
Helen Robin    Co-Producer
Leroy Schecter    Executive Producer
Adam B. Stern    Executive Producer
Jack Rollins    Co-Executive Producer
Javier Aguirresarobe    Director of Photography
Santo Loquasto    Production Designer
Alisa Lepselter    Editor
Suzy Benzinger    Costume Designer
Juliet Taylor    Casting Director
John M. Morse    First Assistant Director

The bold credits above the line are the "above-the-line" credits, the other the "below-the-line" credits.

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February 20th, 2014

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February 18th, 2014

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DVD and Blu-ray Releases for January 21st, 2014

January 20th, 2014

The home market picks up steam this week, sort of. We are starting to get some of the Awards Season hopefuls coming out, which is great news for fans of great movies. However, there's not a lot of depth to go with the award-worthy movies. The two films that were the main contenders for Pick of the Week were Captain Phillips on DVD or Blu-ray Combo Pack and In a World... on DVD or Blu-ray. It was a close decision, but in the end, I went with In a World... More...

2014 Awards Season: SAG is a Buyer's Market

January 19th, 2014

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SAG handed out their awards last night, and while there were not many surprises, there was one major upset, at least in my mind. Dallas Buyers Club led the way with two wins, making it the new Oscar favorite. More...

2014 Awards Season: Oscars Understand the Gravity of the Situation

January 16th, 2014

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The Oscar nominations were announced this morning and there are some surprises mixed in with the predictable results. Gravity and American Hustle led the way with ten nominations each while 12 Years a Slave was right behind with nine. The fact that 12 Years a Slave wasn't the leader is the first of the surprises. More...

2014 Awards Season: Golden Globes: All American Night

January 13th, 2014

American Hustle poster

Hollywood Foreign Press Association handed out the Golden Globe awards last night, and there were a few surprises in the mix. American Hustle led the way with three wins, which isn't a real surprise, but I think many thought another film would lead with three or more wins. The only other film to earn more than one award was Dallas Buyers Club at just two. That might give you a hint at what the big surprise was. More...

2014 Awards Season: WGA: Nominees Have Stories to Tell

January 5th, 2014

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WGAs announced their nominations this weekend and there were a couple of surprises to talk about. The top of that list is 12 Years a Slave, which was deemed ineligible because it wasn't written under WGA jurisdiction. This makes using the WGAs as an Oscar guide less reliable. On the other hand, several Oscar favorites showed up as well, including American Hustle, Nebraska, and others that have picked up major nominations this year. More...

2014 Awards Season: Slave Hustles to the Top

December 14th, 2013

12 Years a Slave poster

Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced their Golden Globe nominations this week, and a clear picture is forming. 12 Years a Slave was again the recipient of the most nominations, but this time it was a tie, as it and American Hustle both grabbed seven nominations. If you look down the list of other multi-nominated films, you will find a number of familiar faces. More...

2014 Awards Season: SAG a Slave to Slave

December 14th, 2013

12 Years a Slave poster

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November 28th, 2013

12 Years a Slave poster

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Per Theater Chart: Shoals Muscles the Competition

October 2nd, 2013

There were only two films to reach the $10,000 mark on the Per Theater Chart, and they were practically tied. Muscle Shoals led the way with $13,901 in its lone theater, while Atharintiki Daaredi earned an average of $13,393 in 112 theaters. More...

Reclusive Per Theater Chart

September 11th, 2013

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Per Theater Chart: Competition Not Included

September 4th, 2013

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August 28th, 2013

The Grandmaster was top film on the Per Theater Chart with an average of $18,945 in seven theaters. I thought Short Term 12 would win, but it finished in second place with an average of $14,052 in four. With reviews that are nearly unanimously positive, it will likely have very strong legs. More...

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August 25th, 2013

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Per Theater Chart: IMAX Shines Like the Son

August 21st, 2013

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August 18th, 2013

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Per Theater Chart: IMAX out of this World

August 15th, 2013

IMAX movies have incredible legs and can bounce back in the $10,000 club years and years after their first release. Space Station jumped into first place with an average of $30,602 in one theater. In a World was the best new release with an average of $23,514 in three theaters. It is going to expand and we will have a contest starting on Friday to celebrate. Snake and Mongoose was close behind with $20,254 in its lone theater. Blue Jasmine continues to expand and it is now playing in 119 theaters. However, its average remains very strong at $19,709 and it will undoubtedly continue to expand. The Spectacular Now expanded from 4 to 19 theaters, while its average fell to $14,045. This is still strong enough to suggest further expansion and it should reach its first major milestone shortly. Chennai Express broke records for a Bollywood film playing in 196 theaters, while its per theater average was $11,329. That's an incredible start. More...

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August 11th, 2013

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Per Theater Chart: Now That's Spectacular

August 7th, 2013

The Spectacular Now debuted in first place on the Per Theater Chart with an average of $49,354 in four theaters. This result, plus its excellent reviews, suggests it will have long legs in limited release. Last week's number one film, Blue Jasmine, slipped to second place with an average of $37,174, but it is now playing in 50 theaters, which is an amazing result. Space Station popped back into the $10,000 with an average of $15,352. It has pulled in $88 million after more than a decade of release. The Canyons earned $13,351 in its lone theater, proving there is no such thing as bad publicity. The reviews, on the other hand, were really bad and the film's only real hope is to become a cult classic. That might happen. More...

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August 4th, 2013

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Per Theater Chart: Blue Cheers Up the Box Office

August 1st, 2013

Blue Jasmine earned top spot on the per theater chart, not just for the week, but for the year. Its per theater average was $102,011 in six theaters, topping the previous yearly best by Spring Breakers. Spring-Breakers finished its theatrical run with just over $14 million, which is a figure Blue Jasmine should top. The Act of Killing remained potent in second place with an average of $13,890 in three theaters. The overall box office leader, The Wolverine, was the final film in the $10,000 club with an average of $13,536. More...

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July 28th, 2013

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July 26th, 2013

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2013/07/26 19 $612,064   6 $102,011   $612,064 1
2013/08/02 14 $1,858,696 +204% 50 $37,174   $2,845,115 2
2013/08/09 12 $2,345,407 +26% 119 $19,709   $6,041,246 3
2013/08/16 14 $2,291,183 -2% 229 $10,005   $9,421,764 4
2013/08/23 10 $3,972,687 +73% 1,283 $3,096   $14,471,489 5
2013/08/30 12 $3,986,568 n/c 1,179 $3,381   $20,453,036 6
2013/09/06 9 $2,347,694 -41% 1,069 $2,196   $25,108,580 7
2013/09/13 11 $1,614,970 -31% 993 $1,626   $27,701,524 8
2013/09/20 14 $1,212,206 -25% 847 $1,431   $29,605,701 9
2013/09/27 19 $624,245 -49% 528 $1,182   $30,662,232 10
2013/10/04 24 $348,197 -44% 289 $1,205   $31,284,982 11
2013/10/11 27 $230,428 -34% 190 $1,213   $31,672,810 12
2013/10/18 29 $188,718 -18% 152 $1,242   $31,972,045 13
2013/10/25 28 $149,267 -21% 119 $1,254   $32,210,615 14
2013/11/08 37 $78,390   60 $1,307   $32,515,626 16
2013/11/15 37 $63,433 -19% 52 $1,220   $32,616,613 17
2013/11/22 40 $48,385 -24% 43 $1,125   $32,692,397 18
2013/11/29 41 $37,602 -22% 33 $1,139   $32,744,634 19
2014/01/17 - $50,325   28 $1,797   $33,150,789 26
2014/01/31 53 $18,200   28 $650   $33,230,073 28
2014/02/14 55 $11,982   16 $749   $33,268,642 30
2014/02/21 55 $18,463 +54% 57 $324   $33,290,581 31
2014/02/28 65 $11,775 -36% 24 $491   $33,315,738 32
2014/03/07 53 $30,095 +156% 36 $836   $33,345,833 33
2014/03/14 61 $17,515 -42% 27 $649   $33,386,098 34
2014/03/21 76 $3,849 -78% 12 $321   $33,389,947 35
2014/03/28 86 $1,244 -68% 3 $415   $33,404,871 36

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2013/07/26 - $175,000   6 $29,167   $175,000 1

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2013/07/26 20 $986,419   6 $164,403   $986,419 1
2013/08/02 17 $2,709,420 +175% 50 $54,188   $3,695,839 2
2013/08/09 12 $3,434,742 +27% 119 $28,863   $7,130,581 3
2013/08/16 15 $3,368,221 -2% 229 $14,708   $10,498,802 4
2013/08/23 10 $5,967,666 +77% 1,283 $4,651   $16,466,468 5
2013/08/30 11 $6,294,418 +5% 1,179 $5,339   $22,760,886 6
2013/09/06 8 $3,325,668 -47% 1,069 $3,111   $26,086,554 7
2013/09/13 10 $2,306,941 -31% 993 $2,323   $28,393,495 8
2013/09/20 13 $1,644,492 -29% 847 $1,942   $30,037,987 9
2013/09/27 18 $898,798 -45% 528 $1,702   $30,936,785 10
2013/10/04 22 $505,597 -44% 289 $1,749   $31,442,382 11
2013/10/11 27 $340,945 -33% 190 $1,794   $31,783,327 12
2013/10/18 26 $278,021 -18% 152 $1,829   $32,061,348 13
2013/11/15 35 $90,832   52 $1,747   $32,644,012 17
2013/11/22 40 $63,020 -31% 43 $1,466   $32,707,032 18
2014/02/14 55 $15,458   16 $966   $33,272,118 30
2014/02/21 52 $31,845 +106% 57 $559   $33,303,963 31
2014/03/07 47 $52,845   36 $1,468   $33,368,583 33
2014/03/21 59 $17,529   12 $1,461   $33,403,627 35

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Box Office
Argentina 10/10/2013 $0 0 22 49 $2,156,048 12/13/2015
Australia 9/12/2013 $0 0 19 19 $5,675,066 12/13/2015
Austria 11/8/2013 $0 0 43 213 $822,612 12/13/2015
Belgium 8/7/2013 $0 0 3 7 $1,001,558 12/13/2015
Brazil 11/15/2013 $0 0 80 283 $2,118,302 12/13/2015
Bulgaria 11/29/2013 $14,468 13 13 54 $73,273 12/13/2015
Chile 12/26/2013 $71,987 22 22 22 $71,987 12/13/2015
Croatia 11/28/2013 $16,689 11 11 52 $5,836,150 12/13/2015
Ecuador 6/6/2014 $0 0 2 2 $7,159 12/15/2015
Germany 11/7/2013 $0 0 140 677 $4,346,032 12/13/2015
Hong Kong 10/17/2013 $0 0 4 8 $239,060 12/13/2015
Italy 12/5/2013 $1,680,993 398 406 1002 $4,671,765 12/13/2015
Lithuania 9/13/2013 $0 0 2 3 $39,598 12/13/2015
Mexico 12/25/2013 $279,019 198 198 198 $406,538 12/13/2015
Nigeria 12/27/2013 $3,037 2 2 2 $3,037 12/13/2015
Portugal 9/12/2013 $0 0 9 19 $557,549 7/7/2017
Singapore 10/10/2013 $0 0 1 3 $116,300 12/13/2015
Slovenia 10/17/2013 $0 0 1 6 $40,726 12/13/2015
South Africa 12/20/2013 $24,428 21 21 21 $24,428 12/13/2015
Spain 11/15/2013 $0 0 318 1281 $5,647,753 12/13/2015
Switzerland 11/21/2013 $260,690 26 31 141 $1,234,574 12/13/2015
Taiwan 12/20/2013 $36,641 14 14 25 $114,868 12/13/2015
United Kingdom 9/27/2013 $0 0 9 43 $8,259,250 12/13/2015
Uruguay 10/24/2013 $0 0 7 24 $196,433 12/13/2015
Rest of World $25,848,024
International Total$69,508,090 7/7/2017

International Cumulative Box Office Records

Worldwide Cumulative Box Office Records

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
1/26/20141529,034 29,034$547,291$547,2911
3/9/20142116,137 93,901$274,652$1,766,3707

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
1/26/20141114,955 14,955$356,671$356,6711

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